DNC Chair Makes Shocking Confession About Biden

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(TargetLiberty.org) – On ABC’s “This Week,” former DNC Chair Donna Brazile voiced her displeasure with how the media covers President Biden, lamenting that his words often go unheard.

In a segment about U.S. policy in Israel and the Gaza conflict, Brazile emphasized the need for Biden, as Commander in Chief, to communicate more openly, not only on this issue but also regarding Ukraine. She pointed out that while the president should be more vocal, the media also bears responsibility to adequately report his statements.

This discussion occurs amidst ongoing critiques about the media’s focus on Biden’s age and mental fitness. A political reporter from Washington mentioned a growing weariness among journalists with persistent grievances from the White House about media coverage, describing the administration’s complaints as dismissive to experienced reporters.

Fox News contributor Joe Concha responded to Brazile’s remarks, suggesting that Biden’s lack of engagement might stem from his perceived inauthenticity and over-reliance on scripted remarks. This perspective was echoed by former ESPN host Sage Steele, who shared that her interview with Biden in 2021 was entirely scripted, with no deviation allowed.

Concha also pointed out the challenges when Biden speaks without a script, noting his tendency for gaffes and unclear statements, which often necessitate clarification from his communication team.

He argued for the necessity of Biden engaging more directly with the public, criticizing the lack of substantial press conferences and suggesting that instead of curated appearances, Biden should participate in live, unscripted interviews with journalists to provide genuine insights into his thoughts and policies.

Despite these calls for more openness, Concha expressed skepticism about the likelihood of such engagements occurring before the upcoming November elections.

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